Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones - Review
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by Luriam on Steam
The last game in the fantastic Prince of Persia trilogy. This time, the game changes radically. Again.
The new gameplay now includes elements of stealth and the ability to do more damage without being seen or heard. Exploration and making progress through climbing, swinging, jumping, sliding and wall-running are still a huge part of the game, which is awesome. They even added some chariot levels. But the biggest change and probably the most important is the appearance of the Prince's alter ego.
The Dark Prince is manifested by an internal voice that speaks to the Prince... at first. The Dark Prince is cold, cruel, arrogant, and sarcastic, and attempts to convince the Prince that they are the same person, and that the Prince should strive to serve only himself, using the Prince's vengeance as a catalyst for his other emotions. On many occasions, the Dark Prince seizes control of the Prince's body and the Prince is fully transformed into a kind of hybrid sand monster with abilities that allow the Prince to pass otherwise insurmountable obstacles.
While searching for the Vizier, the Prince encounters Farah, who does not remember him, and is surprised that the Prince knows her name. Despite this, the pair begin to grow an entirely new romance together.
Yuri Lowenthal's soothing voice is back. The Prince would not be the same without it. Beautiful monologues scattered through-out the game make it so much more enjoyable. The music is having Persian influences, but is much more epic than Sands of Time. Epic as in a theme of grandeur and heroism. Majestic and impressively great moment that you are experiencing, with lots of well-done cliffhangers. I still like the original more than everything.
Some of the characters are familiar to the player, others are new and provocative. But with no doubt, both look unique and interesting. The Prince changes his appearance several times, as the corruption keeps getting further. And eventually transforming into the Dark Prince. Besides that there are a lot of weapons, secrets, and other hidden items.
The game looks fantastic, as it shows you the very roofs of Babylon and then down into the depths of the city's dry well.
As well as the Warrior Within, this game has a secret ending. The good ending requires a bit more effort, but it's totaly worth it.
Solid gameplay, amazing music and voice-acting, great and intruguing storyline, with lots of plot twists, and nice looks. The last part of this trilogy really mixed all of the best from the previous games. Thus creating an incredible game that feels great.
Ahh Prince of Persia. Assassins Creed's older acrobatic brother. This game is great. Youve got combos, sick acrobatic puzzles, and time control. TIME CONTROL! Wanna cheat death by rewinding time to get out of a bottem
by GameGuru on Steam
Ahh Prince of Persia. Assassins Creed's older acrobatic brother. This game is great. Youve got combos, sick acrobatic puzzles, and time control. TIME CONTROL! Wanna cheat death by rewinding time to get out of a bottemless pit? easy. messed up a stealth kill on an eenmy and wanna second chance? hit that R button. there are some annoying points though. Some of the jump puzzles are devious. But overall, this game is definatly worth a playthrough. dont even mind the crap graphics, about 5 minutes in, u wont even notice. and besides, its better to have a great game with crappy graphics *cough, zelda, cough*, then a 1080p game that sucks ♥♥♥. *cough, COD Ghosts, cough*. So go pick it up and get your prince on.
Best childhood game ever
by Zoomer Linus on Steam
Best childhood game ever
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by KATZATA on Steam
Good old prince of persia.
- It has widescreen support on its own (no hacking and whatnot).
- Supports Xbox 360 controller.
- Runs great on Win 10 with no crashes or whatever.
In short "totally worth it".
Thaber of less sceral satisfaction. In other words, the quick-kill system. It sounds odd to say that a repetitive system of QTEs positively defines a game, but it isn’t the physical act of button-pressing that makes
by QuidProBro on Steam
This was a huge favorite of mine back when it was originally released, so in spite of my reservations about haphazard ports, I was happy when this unadulterated version was released on Steam. As far as I could tell, it seems to be a pretty direct copy of the original. The graphics have been touched up a bit, but the gameplay, content, menus, and music all remain the same as they were a decade ago. Steam has this tagged as “partial controller support”, but aside from a few things on the menu, the whole game is controller friendly.
How does the actual gaming experience hold up, though? The graphics are outdated, Ubisoft has moved on to bigger and bolder things with the Assassin’s Creed series, and many avid fans of our favorite wall-running protagonist would tell you to just stick with 2003’s seminal Sands of Time if you want the true POP experience. So what makes Two Thrones worth playing a decade later?
There are a number of less important factors I could point to. The music is crisp, regionally appropriate (thank God), and diverse. The voice acting harkens back to the more subtle days of Sands of Time, and the schizophrenic conversations between the Prince and his dark alter-ego are funny, illuminating, and cleverly deployed in support of the game’s overall narrative. The boss battles are varied, make clever use of the game’s mechanics, and, particularly in the case of the final two fights, are truly epic in a way that was often missing in previous series installments. The game is linear, but within that linear construct, it offers you multiple ways to accomplish your objectives. And that brings us to the true strength of this game:
Two words: visceral satisfaction. In other words, the quick-kill system. It sounds odd to say that a repetitive system of QTEs positively defines a game, but it isn’t the physical act of button-pressing that makes this mechanism tick; it’s how you get there. In Two Thrones, there are basically three options for combat. You can avoid large parts of it by just platforming past enemies and keeping your eyes on the prize. You can cover yourself in the blood and sands of your enemies by flinging yourself headfirst into combat, where you can breakdance, roll, and slash your way to gruesome victory by means of the same combat system from Warrior Within. The final option, though, is the most satisfying, and the most clever from a game design standpoint. In Sands of Time, platforming and combat were kept largely segregated, and combat was just something you reluctantly waded through so you could get back to traversing the gorgeous landscapes. In Warrior Within, you were still frequently forced into prolonged moments of repetitive hacking, albeit with a mechanically improved combat system. In Two Thrones, however, platforming and combat are finally integrated, and dear lord are they integrated effectively. Instead of just serving as the means to getting from point A to point B, platforming is now also deployed as a way to get the jump on your foes. Instead of waltzing in daggers drawn, you can now climb above, around, and past your enemies in order to sneak up behind them, hear some satisfying middle eastern beats, and quickly dispose of them with some brutally efficient killing strokes. It’s difficult to overstate how satisfying this mechanic is. You will seldom feel like more of a badass than when you’ve executed a series of precise quick-kills to silently eliminate a group of enemies. I found myself replaying parts of the game just to determine how best to utilize the environment to surprise my unsuspecting sand monster friends. That thrill, that desire to maximize the glorious synthesis between your dagger strokes and your gravity-defying stunts, is what drives this game, as well as what keeps you coming back.
Fitting end to a great trilogy.✔
by FasterThanFTL on Steam
Fitting end to a great trilogy.
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by Æthelstan Joe Alexander on Steam
"Most people think time is like a river that flows swift and sure in one direction, but I have seen the face of time, and I can tell you: They are wrong. Time is an ocean in a storm. You may wonder who I am or why I say this. Sit down, and I will tell you a tale like none that you have ever heard."
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by The.GreekGod on Steam
LOL, the first POP game i played tbh and fell in love with it
After that i started the whole series and damn i sure was a big fan of the pop world.
About game : The Second best after WW the babylon theme wins it all.
Story : OBVIOUSLY AWESOME + It has Dark Prince <3
Gameplay : It has that free form fighting system from WW and some Dark Prince parkour and combat with chains. But its lit.
Graphics : HELLLAA GREATTTTTT
Overall : 10/10
Better than all of the AC Series.
by treat on Steam
Better than all of the AC Series.
Will always be favourite game of all time, the soundtracks, the gameplay and the environment. This game is so good that i cant even move on. This game is just the most badass game of all time, nothing will beat this game f
by Arkaino on Steam
Will always be favourite game of all time, the soundtracks, the gameplay and the environment. This game is so good that i cant even move on. This game is just the most badass game of all time, nothing will beat this game for me. So many memories from my childhood.
Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones - IGN
Dec 13, 2005 If you're an avid reader of IGN you'll notice that this quaint little review of Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones is a copy of the same one that ran on our GameCube, PlayStation 2 and Xbox channels. This is because the games are virtually identical across all platforms, save for a few bits here and there.
Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones Review - GameSpot
Dec 9, 2005 Though some new gameplay mechanics have been introduced, such as the speed kill and the new tricks of the dark prince, The Two Thrones is still basically very similar to the other two games--if you didn't like those for some reason, this game's not likely to pull you in.
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Next game (release): Battles of Prince of Persia
Previous game (release): Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
Next game (canon): Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (DS)
Previous game (canon): Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
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